According to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) Australia, about 39% of households own a dog. More specifically, they estimate that there are around 4.2 million pet dogs in Australia.
Since dogs are the most common pets in Australia, it is safe to say that homeowners have another important job on their hands: preventing their canine friend from ruining their garden or lawn.
Dog vs Garden: Finding The Balance
To keep your garden safe from dogs, here are some tips to help you out:
To preserve your garden’s natural lush and beauty, you don’t have to keep your dog away from your lawn. By following some tips, you can be a happy garden owner and have a happy pet at the same time.
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